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"george steinbrenner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"Thanks for coming back on the show in. Thanks for having me. So the subject of this week's episode is former New York Yankees owner George steinbrenner known simply as the boss. Steinbrenner ruled the Yankees arrest for thirty seven. Years is well known for his hands on approach to the team and has seemingly fickle Famously fired and rehired billy Martin. A total of five times across three managerial stints with team a former Yankees elicited director Harvey Greene was told reporters the first time George fires you. It's very traumatic three or four times after that. It's like great. I've got the rest of the day off. This sort of behavior would normally be considered wild unacceptable. Seven world championships comes through the great deal of hard feelings. The ink is already really been spilled. Without Steinbrenner's time is an owner. We're going to concentrate on. Today is his public messy and yet ultimately successful succession process which offers an interesting counterpoint. To the well ordered yet unsuccessful plan enacted by owners. Dr Jerry Buss which we've discussed the previous episode. Even when George Steinbrenner was still in his prime talked about leading the young elephants in the tent at various times during his tenure Steinbrenner had his sons daughters and inlaws all involved in some aspect of the team for the most part their involvement was born a cameo role in a sort of an understudy but his health began to noticeably declined. Around two thousand three. This opinion changed spite remaining somewhat visible and still clearly can charge. Steinbrenner began delegating more responsibility to his executives and began grooming a successor over the next. Few years son-in-law Steve Swindle rose to prominence in the Yankees Organization eventually reaching the level of general partner and chairman of Yankee Global Enterprises. Llc Much of the next four years swindle was the unofficial heir-apparent However Dui arrest and his eventual divorce from Steinbrenner's daughter in two thousand seven effectively. Took him out of the turn of events was particularly poorly timed us two thousand seven also the year that steinbrenner health really began to take a turn for the worse with the need for successor rapidly becoming somewhat of an emergency Steinbrenner's. Tucson's finally came to the fore at first oldest son hang who cut his teeth. In the families of Racehorse breeding business seem to be the likely successor. As imaging as he imitated Georgia's bombastic style and can immediately became a media darling lasting of criticisms of whomever and whatever happened to be on his mind like his dad was a quote machine and the media seem to welcome his ascension. The team however suffered missing the playoffs for the first time in fifteen years in two thousand eight gradually younger son. How would himself managing the steinbrenners Families Hotel and hospitality concerns started to emerge as the favorite song? Anc largely dropped off the radar and Hal became calling the shots. Eventually that informal arrangement was codified with how was officially named Managing General Partner in November? Two Thousand Eight Yankees won the world series under how stewardship in two thousand nine and George passed shortly thereafter in two thousand ten anchorman involved with the team behind the scenes. But there's no doubt that HAL is now the boss. So amy what we have here. Really look like a mess but it seems to have turned out well in the end. So what sort of lessons can advisers learned from the Steinbrenner about the value of flexibility in a succession plan is a great question. So often we hear that the accession plant succession plans are really driven by dad and he has a very specific plan on where he wants his kids to fall yet. These are individuals with individual lives. And so when the role can help be declared by the Individual? It often leads to a much better outcome in this case it seemed that. Hal naturally progressed. Into what the organization needed at that time and it worked. Well when we're working with families our focus is always to. I haven't the kid or the next gen person. Really start to look at. How can they contribute to the family or the business? As a whole can they belong inside the collective but still be their own person? I think a very interesting aspect of this particular story. Is that the two sons who eventually would end up vying for control. Didn't really come up in the Yankees Organization. Six boss children in that story of the Lakers. All worked for the Lakers and they worked their entire lives. They're like I said hang bred racehorses an in house and hospitality which is two very different jobs in two very different skill sets and yet it turned out that one of them ended up being the right choice and they were prepared in a way to take the reins just in a way that seems a bit left of center from normally think of grooming his successor. Yeah it's really great when the Nexgen can have more runway with the head of the family in whatever business. It is because they're learning how to make decisions. They're learning how to manage people and learning how to hold their vision and modify that as they need to. The industry in this case didn't actually matter. What mattered was that they had that guidance available to them and and it sounds like they also had the opportunity to make mistakes as they went along. So the sooner these little young elephants can be let under the tent is often the better as long as they can be engaged rather than just observers key piece. Seems like these guys are Hella. Hank we're kind of allowed to have their own thing and they weren't just sitting around waiting on George to go and decide which one of them was going to be accurate. Took the Yankees at the end. I think it's interesting. Steve Swindle period where the son-in-law was going to be the one who gets the big asset. And everyone else in the family was just like totally fine with that and I think a lot of that has to do with the fact that they all had their own things going on and the Yankees wasn't her whole life. Yeah I agree what we see. Is that the right talent for what's needed so that the business is actually generating the needs for the role instead of birthright or birth order. So in this case during this window period did seem that he was classified as the right person for the job at the right time so not. Every family is going to be lucky enough to own a baseball team. A horse racing breeder business and chain of hotels so there are ways to repair errors in in business situations to without actually having to be necessarily part of exactly the family business a bunch of expanding some of the ways that we can sort of get people ready without having them just kind of be in waiting their entire lives to take over. I mean very often philanthropy pays plays really big part here and I think Jennifer one of the daughters has a huge role in how the philanthropic and community events even continued on. Fold today really. It's asking the individual. What gets them out of bed in the morning rather than just assuming that they want to take on a particular role. It's really investigating. What are they see as their purpose? Where do they WANNA have a contribution or where do they wanNA make an impact? We worked with a family where just frankly because of birth order one son went on to run the real estate side of the House and the other younger son went on to run a different aspect of that business and they didn't really love the rolls that they had. Neither one was very excited about what they were doing. And Dad was frankly unwilling to leave them the rains because he didn't trust that they were going to fulfill his vision on what they wanted and what he wanted the business to be so in the long run what finally happened is the two brothers got together and they sort of shared responsibility across the different businesses and their strengths and weaknesses even doubt over time and then as the business grew dad felt that he had more confidence in them more trust and he was able to let go of the reins a very interesting point right then or talk about passing family legacy and keeping the family visits family legacy doesn't necessarily mean this is our management style that everyone has to use and this is how everyone has to run things just sort of a general series of principles that the company follows not necessarily like just like that every day during it back to the the Yankees. We see that right. You have hank come in. And he's like many Stein mini George is sort of yelling and ranting and raving and it just doesn't work because I think a lot of times you know this comes off like a Pale imitation of the original especially when the original is such a towering figure the next version trying to be that can just be like. I was listening to this kid. This is the real thing. Why have this thing and then the quiet guy from hospitality? Who KNOWS HOW TO MANAGE. People actually turns out to be the one thing which is the opposite of what? George Steinbrenner publicly exactly so. It's kind of funny. How sometimes the family legacy quote unquote doesn't necessarily have to be exactly what the founder didn't know and it's usually not that way. Even though they try to make it that way different times different generational concerns and different events happening in the world. Technology plays a big role in how things unfold. And how things need to be done. And it's not until the next generation can run things their way that they really do take ownership and get excited about coming to work every day so another underrated important thing that that allowed this succession successful and in comparison to the boss plan. Was that as all. These things went wrong. And Plans Change. Georgia's still alive and we can't underestimate how important that is in maintaining unity and getting by in from everyone that it's like you can be sure it was exactly what he wants. Because he's still there to say this is exactly wh- absolutely and for the next generation to have the skills to be able to have those conversations with their father in ways that they really feel heard is incredibly important very often in these families where the patriarch founded the business or grow. The business is style is much like George. Steinbrenner and it really. What they end up with often is just a bunch of yeses around them but the SS don't mean anything so it's something the he must have been doing something really well where these next. Gen Kids were willing to step up and say I want to do it this way. I want to do it that way so creating a space or an environment where they have the skills to coordinate to make mistakes to speak truth to power and frankly to make mistakes interesting. The what you're say these skills ability to to speak up and speak truth to power. I mean confront. Your parents as equals in a way. It's not really something most people are born with. I mean some people just have that and they were born to be you know whatever. They're going to be perfect from the go but I think the vast majority of people those are learned or at least conditioned skills so even though we don't necessarily know what the the magic secret sauce that George Steinbrenner Houston stolas children. What are some examples? You've seen some techniques you've used that families can earn advisers can kind of grab onto such bring those inner feelings out of kids and get them in the parents talk. It's really focusing on. What's the vision of what they want to accomplish? And if they can create a shared understanding of what success in that business looks like then the path to get there can be whatever it is as long as the matriarch patriarch are in alignment with the vision that the next. Gen has how they get their doesn't really matter we. There's also different kinds of trust. There's like the business side of trust where they have to figure out. How are we going to trust each other in business conversations and then there's relationship the family trust and what we see in families is they sometimes collapse those domains so really being able to say hey? I need to have a conversation with your dad like as an employee to CEO and then declaring other tape cases where they need to. I just need to speak to my father here. Can we have a father son conversation? So being able to declare the domain. They're having these conversations in can sometimes help clarify a lot and pull some of the emotion out of makes a lot of sense with family businesses by their nature a mixture of family and business which perhaps the two most volatile things so mixing them together is offer not the best idea and yet it's kind of a lot but love people find themselves up and being able to really separate. Those two is really important. We had a situation where there was a father and his brother who started a business..
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Yes that's right yeah that's why I keep all my tension right under the chicken bone I like to just look at them I don't know what a screw driver you know the Phillips at not the flat one what what's frustrating you got it but slips up you put in again slips out the single man George well I I just recently so if you wanna get something while going on in your life you got a girl and bring one of these things like for such a wild Turkey just a couple of guys on the bottom of the email wasn't it you know we used to talk I don't think well that was a good one that was George and George Steinbrenner in the in the hot tub what was the end of that up so I'm trying to think what happened before that will be what necessitated that hot tub meeting between the two of them George's stress Moses stressed about though I forget I I do not know this is the one where he's the the spicy chicken nuggets at several I forget it's remembers the one where he just always looks annoyed to look busy that is it that is okay that's how you tie that that's three good job like where George is intentionally trying to look at no wait so we looks busy I guess a you know worked and maybe I should've doesn't look busy yet that's I'm just gonna walk around here you know look like a pissed off all the time maybe people think a busy but if that's George Steinbrenner a good clip from him and now Frankie stanza the one seed what is Frank F. force here a sense of what was your friend crime I don't know why because I'm looking for and that's why he stopped short what do you mean in a car with my wife stuff sure I think I don't know what that's about that's my old I use it on a still forty years ago I told everybody about it everybody knows I stopped sure it's a good move okay Hey Frank Frank may I know what you did you stop short when my wife Frank relax I don't even know what you're talking about I don't know as think I almost put the profits in the man's it with you they're all.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
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"george steinbrenner" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"The big partners here in project action as well as the podcast want sports net he'll be on to talk about Major League Baseball Playoffs May NBA NHL maybe a little NASCAR playoff season little everything here and then we've got a guy that I've been stoked to finally do this interview Steinbrenner the fourth you know that steinbrenner named from the New York Yankees yes George Steinbrenner the fourth on the show he's also an Indycar team owner and we'll talk about the big news isn't twenty twenty with him and Andretti I will give the disclaimer I recorded this a few weeks ago at that point in time yes the Yankees were still in the major league baseball playoffs they have since been eliminated which is definitely a bummer for George but when you listen to this interview no that right so yeah George Steinbrenner the fourth day Mason I guess this week right here on the show thank you guys for tuning please Godinez hit that subscribe button it definitely helps us out keeps us up at the charge man we've been slanted the I tune charts lately thank you guys for all the downloads all the lessons our guest list has been insane you definitely want to go and catch those back episodes man do not disappoint some of the best podcasting I've done in a long time definitely check out that Brian Deegan podcast that is really solid the one I did with Brian Deegan yeah check those out over there on I tunes check other show the down and dirty radio show you can subscribe to that as well we're on podcast one I'm at Jim beaver fifteen on social media and well we get to these interviews today though we get something that I only ask you as do this once or twice a year very very important you know and this is talking about those charts and things that got a little little favor to ask you and podcast one they're gonNA make it worth your time need you to complete a short survey and this is actually a fun one it takes the.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
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Pr And all all that other fun stuff was happening. eastone not much actually just sitting out the shop right now unlimited off road centers and Fenton and you know big shout out to everybody 'cause I literally I'm coming here and I have to add some new things on here that are going to get ready for trail of Sima but one of then then obviously last time. We were chatting if anybody follows that instagram you know that I needed to dry shaft though another shout out to Tom would drive shaft for hooking me up Um I got obstruct driveshaft so we're going to be installing not this week and just getting things ready. It's it's really cool though Jim because I went from a two inch you know sport lift with thirty five when I called them baby thirty five now but maybe thirty five to a three and a half inch short arm crawler kit with thirty seven Lovin and it's just completely different. It's really cool. I like the way the jail handling too because it seems like the jail 'cause I am spoiled. This is my first jeep. I know that but it just seems like all the things that Alba jeepers were complaining about before they really put in here and the rides nice and you know I'm still getting about eighteen miles per gallon Jim with being lifted and on thirty seven. I'm going bs on that. There's no way that is eighteen miles a gallon. There's no fleet it does on the freeway. I'm getting eighteen miles per gallon and everybody knows I drive this all over so I'll be driving it back to the west coast right after L. S. P. R. so I have to go from Houghton Michigan which is in the up all the way by Lake Superior all the way down to the Phoenix Arizona area and it's GonNa be quite insane to be able to see it that way but you know I'm still getting eighteen and I was testing. It and I'm wondering if it's because of the the amount of PSI that's in my power. I'm not sure I'm running. I usually would run about thirty five and they'd get like heat up if they heat up to about thirty seven but now now I have them stock at thirty seven and I didn't take any air out or anything they wanted to see and then the heat up to about forty one and that's where I'm getting it so now I'm. I'm just wondering if it's because that unlisted or what's what's really going on. 'cause I've more you know Aaron the tires. I don't know so that's where I'm at right now. Well I when you when you get when they get heated up changing pressure and stuff like that they're changing yeah so they will go up a little bit more but that's that's the thing I'm trying to find that nice sweet spot of having a good ride and still having the miles on there to be able to do it because pushing eighteen makes me happy right now usually when I'm driving across the Great Plains because this thing is just going to sail across the freeway now knowing how high I usually get about twelve. I'm happy right now with eighteen yeah for sure I got my raptor and went to fill it up the first time and it took like over thirty gallons my holy holy crap this a big tank well then I go and drive the damn thing and I get like thirteen miles per gallon. I'm like yeah. No I understand why there's three hundred gallon tank or a thirty gallon tank. Go because that way you can go three hundred miles in between things but I'm like man. If you're getting eighteen on your jeep lik- props to you because my raptor it's on thirty five anything and you anywhere near that see but the thing is is my daily is Chrysler three hundred ask dot com twenties with an eight see the three six eight feet on twenty and I can get on the freeway no joke. I've done this before no drafting. No nothing just cruise control around seventy five. Excuse me thirty three miles per gallon and my daily is a Subaru. WRX Twin Turbo all wheel drive and I gotTa tell you it doesn't get anywhere near that. We're lucky if we can crack trek twenty on a good day and that's it's just quite amazing. Mo Chrysler is pretty heavy for the three hundred. No those are big cars dot asp. I don't mean that in a bad way it's just yeah they're not exactly like some little compact or something like that. It's elegant mileage for that thing exactly unlike thirty seven you know I'm I'm in my thirties and I'm like I get really good gas mileage and then I'm driving a car like I completely just the demographics on that car. I just completely like you. You know I'm not an older lady over the age of sixty five and I'm I'm in. I'm you know my thirties being all excited about Chrysler three hundred but I feel like a obese in that car like I I it just rise really nice. It's a two thousand twelve so seven years old but it's paid off it right nice. It sits on twenty minutes. Limo came in all the way around and so I I couldn't be happier. Toss it how the great sound system and they're you know so. What is this commercial that you're like becoming UCAR used car salesman or something I see you post instagram? I'm like Oh aw I guess she's not hacking at his on air talent. She's GonNa Start slinging use. What's the deal with that nothing it was just one of the clients through the TV studio that I work at and so sometimes they just need some people to come in and a familiar personality or a familiar face and so we kind of just went in and did that funny thing though Jim about that commercial is that's the day after I spent till about one thirty in the morning at the shop so by the the time he got home showered and all that I went to bed around two thirty three o'clock actually and then I had to be back up at eight thirty? Get ready and then go to that photo don't shoot so I had like six hours of sleep and memorize dot grew up the day before I shot it what they're supposed to. They're supposed to get you in like Matthew Stafford to do the Eh do the commercial together or something like that like you. GotTa have you and then get like some yeah some bad ass Detroit athlete or something like that. I'm I'm saying they should hire me to be the producer Sir on this deal on abroad Stafford in with U. T. Stone thank you thank you are or if we wanted to do a call like luxury while we could've bought brought Matthew mcconaughey anyway and then he could be driving the Lincoln and talk to me like he doesn't those commercials so yeah you said. LS PR's coming up. I know that then united doing a couple of shows out at Sima a I don't know what's the what's the weather look like this seems like a little late in the year for LS PR normally it's like isn't it normally like the beginning of October. I'm thinking this could be snowy. Conditions up there. I know we're getting that you know heat wave wave right now. I'm looking at my watch and it is seventy five degrees on September thirtieth you know so that's a little warm for usually it did rain the rain's coming this week but that's it. It's skeptical especially in the up because the fall colors. I'M GONNA be beautiful and amazing but they're going to be cold. Is it going to be money isn't going to be raining or a mixture of all and who knows maybe at night. It dips down that we have freezing ice temperatures in the morning too so you never know yeah no. It's it's GonNa going to be interesting. I just was looking at it and like God. It seems like way late in the year but I guess thinking about it S. T. PR. They've never really run this late either. Maybe it's all shifted shifted since I worked in the rally community. I don't know but should be should be a fun one nonetheless man. I'm still like I'm crazy stoked on Oliver Solberg what that kids done this year like I it's just mind blowing up. Bassett kid has been at that age and Mike how fast is going to be when he's actually like twenty. You Know Oh my goodness and not even that it's just how like like I was saying last time we talked when I was chatting with all very well. We're it on us and he had just come off of three different type events and you know the American stage rally was the third and last event from those few weeks and then it's just he's so good in every type type of vehicle it seems like he just picks it up and he's just GonNa get better and better and I think that no matter what types of vehicles that they throw at him anytime anything with those you know wheel. It seems like he's just GonNa able to dominate it and when you have some of the great of the greats around you especially in your father it's cool to be able to get some information information from him. Talk to him see what he would be able to see and then also just having that Subaru backing they're very knowledgeable and everything that they do and you know talking to bill stokes so excited for the future for twenty twenty and kind of what they're going forward to do yeah. We're going back to the side of things I do. there was an interesting social media posts host than it was from some jeep account. I can't remember and I'm GonNa have to look back. I should know this off top my head. There's some new jeep company. That's trying to get AMBASSAD quote road embassador for their brand or something and there was this big argument one of the people's like jeep embassador. It was a girl and she said something like I duNNo. I guess you tell me no. I've had this problem too and this isn't just like in regards to jeep. It was just a popped up on one of these accounts like this whole thing going around social media right now where it's like companies don't want they. They don't WanNa give you they don't they want you to be a spokesperson for their brand but they don't WanNa pay you. They just literally want you to post a picture and give you a discount code and then they give you like a kickback or something like that and then if you want the product they want you to buy it and they'll give you a discount on the product and and I was just like I kind of agreed with her because she was just like this is the way to do things on my no. It's not at all and it was just interesting with a whole conversation like I'm like Gosh he kind of loses. It's on the authenticity when you're posting like stock photos and a picture of you with the product. I don't know what's your take on all this. I've done some of that type of stuff but at least they put the product in in my hand and like you know what I'm selective about the stuff I do you know but it wasn't like it was strictly based on coupon code sales either ten if it was like you know I I got some money up front and then a kickback on sales or something. I don't know what's your take on this because social media is created this whole crazy thing and I think there's a lot of people.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"It's definitely a possibility down the road. I'd like to be involved in Indycar as long as I can regardless this is what else I do but if I'm able Sunday to to be involved in the two biggest passions I haven't liked. I think it'd be a pretty happy guy. Yeah ask so. Obviously you know pretty pretty pretty. Convincing Yankees got a good shot at taking home the world series this year right. I think we've got good cancer. Anyone well George. It's been a pleasure to have you on the show man. I've been fun watching this program you know come along and fortune after a few times this year and he's he's always getting more more animated every time I get him on so I'm really appreciating watching watching him. Come along long and spoke to see the progress on your program and I appreciate that extra avenue all right. Thanks man what what a good time having George Steinbrenner on the show you know and and this is an interview I wanted to do since the announcement was made he was going to become a team owner and you know it's one thing I absolutely love about any car. You know NASCAR. I I feel like it's the same old same old right. you know it's the same sponsors the same schedule like pretty much every year I mean it takes something like quote. Unquote the wroval you you know to really blow people's minds but indy-car they've been very forward thinking and I think that's what draws people like George Steinbrenner to the sport. You know it's very progressive in the way it's is presenting itself. You know the media surrounding it. you know bring again sponsors the younger demographic absolutely slated and I think NASCAR has been so slow to adopt it's really starting to cause them problems on. Hr there another one very very embrace embracing you know the younger you know the younger fan base digital social media things like that you know and indycar. It's just it's really lend itself. I mean you see the sponsors coming in and some of the you know some people getting involved in the sport and I think it's really really a special time for any car. I know I'm really really excited to see you know the future and what it holds because I think any guys going to do nothing but grow you know in a lot of people wanna talk about things before the split before the split any card art trump nascar and blah blah blah you know and it was the greatest and this would happen in this and that and it's never as good as champ car was and you know and all this other stuff and at the end of the day it's all water under the bridge. You can't go back in time. I'm sure if we could lots of teams a lot of series a lot of influencers people in yeah. No they would have done things differently right but I think you know it's not often you get to take an entire motor sport and reboot the entire thing and that's precisely what we're in the middle of an Indycar and granted I mean we it's got routes one hundred plus years deep with the indy five hundred but I feel like indy cars a whole man. We're in its reboot process indycar two point. Oh men they are absolutely slaying it. You know you just look like everybody wants to get involved with clarence coming over getting involved. You know you've got guys like George. Steinbrenner wants to get involved young drivers coming up. We got great. American drivers great European Drivers Great South American drivers. I mean we've got you know you're Asian drivers Tacoma Sato who slanted you know what I mean. We've got drivers literally. It is a global motorsport all encompassing you know and with the expansion I know shoot shoot just of new garden. He goes there to the Robo right to do a demo in the biggest news. Coming out of the rubble wasn't who won. It wasn't the racing it it was new garden just absolutely destroying lap times of the NASCAR and you know he went out there practice nothing different tire rubber on the track and everything else and just absolutely laid down some amazing last blue people's minds. I mean Clinton Oil was like mind blown like wow. That's like watching fighter jet. Go around here and it makes you you know it's like looking at Asker Oscar and then you look at any car and it's like Oh oh so. That's what the big fuss is about right. I think any cartoon they're progressive with their with their packaging. I know lot moving forward to that hybrid. I think a lot of people think hybrid they think Ford escape hybrid no no it's completely different concept well. It's kind of the same but different you know but really into your studying but I think with that and you know and and obviously you know they're they're doing a lot with the safety canopy and things like that you know and and we don't know what the final version is going to be like like another one that they just drop this week at the most pleasant looking canopy but yeah I think they're really pushing the envelope in in regards to safety the as well and and like George said you know the just the media the way they're presenting at the digital like it's it's just a good time to be involved in any cars. Get Time to be a fan Dan and I think all of us are really really excited about the future and what it holds in you know and really look at twenty twenty you know and you know and and we're starting grow these superstars you know and obviously you know you've got the guys that have been there and you've got you know but I mean you've got guys like you know hinges. Become you know sensation you know the penske drivers have always had good following him and Alexander Rossi came out of nowhere right and he's become one of the biggest names in motor sports in this country and you you know it's because he's he he just sleighs it Ito and Connor dailies another one how she start reading the rumor mills and the you know an and things like that and conor Daly this guy you know he's like the journeyman but he's he's a great driver you know and he pops in and does well and then like people are so invested in this connor daily story though because people like want him to succeed they want him to get this a+ top shelf right or at least a fulltime ride and you know and he he hasn't been able to secure it yet. He hasn't been will do it. It's not as on-track performance. I think a lot of it has to do with money. Budget things like that a guy like that. I mean you've got the fans invested in them. Like I see the articles pop up oppor the comments on social media people are writer Dai with conor Daly like the first team that actually signs daily to a fulltime deal like man. You're going to inherit his massive fan base and you know he's always got a smile and you know he's never down publicly at least and things like that and never talks bad about anybody and you know but you're growing Oh and guys like that and the fans are just so invested Colton Herta. I mean you know we all knew that homeless going to be really really good. We've Seen Lights I mean his dad was great. You know and you know you look at a kid like that and we knew he was going to be so so good and he comes in. Nobody expects a lot out of somebody in their rookie year but heard a the way he attacked he attacked the way he you know attack things and you know it was just amazing you know and and and he's grown his fan base I would like to see I haven't looked at his social numbers but I gotta think man they've doubled in the one year. He's been an INDYCAR hands down easily you no but you got a kid like that and there any cars home growing these people you know and we get the Alonzo's that are interested in coming over and things like that who are going to bring all the fanfare and you know Danika did that when she came back and the sport needs that but I think it's amazing that we're home growing these talents and indycar car through the ladder system and things like that they're coming up in their successful in and you know to me when you can do things like that that you know you really putting your roots in and and you're building and like I said before Indycar two point Oh man you don't WanNa mess around this is motor sport done right and and you don't see any kind of black is in the media or anything like that occasionally there might be something but by and large. It's all positive news and when you have a series like that that's got amazing racing on track. I mean any car I've said it before their a proof. You don't need gimmicks no gimmicks nascar they got the they become such a gimmick fest with these races and the stages in the playoffs in this format nap format and this qualifying any gimmicks fast person wins the race bassus person wins the championship. You know what that is what I like. It is just good solid high-quality erasing and any car is killing it right now and stoke to have guys like George Steinbrenner getting involved because he sees that same vision than indy-car has anyways. I'm GonNa take a short break. We come back pretty close to kick off hour number two right here on the down and dirty radio show powered by Polaris Razor anywheres possible. 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"george steinbrenner" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"To this week's down and dirty radio show powered by Polaris or razor. Thanks to all you guys is for tuning in once again to one of the best damn motor sports radio shows on the planet at least judging by rankings. I guess it's a bit of a Self self-serving intro there but anyways thank you guys for tuning in we got another one another another two hours of of of a lot of fun. That's for for sure I know today. We've got a very very special guest especially with its Major League Baseball playoff time so I thought what better to get a steinbrenner on her. Yes you know Steinbrenner's from the New York Yankees fame yes we got George Steinbrenner on the show today he is an indycar owner one of the youngest indycar owners in history and he is my guest today. We're GONNA talk INDYCAR. We'll probably talk a little bit about Yankees and Major League Baseball got to the Industry St motorsports industry. 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"george steinbrenner" Discussed on The Takeout
"Tana Sheila new member of congress, our special guest fun game segment here. No more heavy oddity questions. What ball I knew it talk about baseball? So we mentioned in the main broadcast that you had some experience in New York both as an academic and on the special commission. There's also someone that you knew in your childhood who became very famous New Yorker, some people forget that he started his life in Cleveland, George Steinbrenner famous owner, the New York Yankees. He was your baseball coach she was the west boulevard and the Oakley's I met your west boulevard. Annie Oakley's, let's let that soak in just for a second folks, the west boulevard Annie Oakley's, I met George Steinbrenner when I was nine years old came out and saw bunch of a little girl's basically playing softball. And he said, you know, you girls are pretty good. But there's a new championship in town. And I think you could win it. But you need to learn how to slide in throw overhand. There you go. And we said what we don't have a coach she said, I'll be your coach. Really? Yes. If you met George Steinbrenner years later and said, you know, down Sheila he'd say. She's the best shortstop by ever had and the cheapest. George Steinbrenner in his New York Yankees life was referred to alternatively as a visionary bombastic border line, shady, what was your experience with them at that young age, he loved young people, and that he loves sports, and he was just a kind and by the way at nine years old. We were all in love with him. He was a college student a very attractive, and we were all in love with him. But he was a kind nice guy who cared about young people any did all of his life. He made investments in you sports. So you said you played shortstop that was the position I played when I played baseball. Not very well. But I played it for a long time eleven years loved to play shortstop. Did you play that mostly I played left field? But I've just Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the congresswoman from south Florida has invited me to be on the congressional softball team. I still have a glove. So I go so we have three threshold questions congresswoman audience loves the answers. You may have by experts staff in pre programmed for this. I hope so so in no particular order one of the most or the most influential book in your life, one of your favorite movies or your all time favorite movie. And if you're on a long flight or a long drive what kind of music artists or John RA. Are you most likely to listen to that's interesting? My favorite book of all time the little engine that could. First time that's ever shown up on the takeout. Ladies and gentlemen, another. I. Let's see my favorite artists. I love jazz. So Cudi Williams, the old jazz of people? So I listened to a lot of jazz and. Let's see what was the third question movie. You know, I love old movie. So anyways, I I hope I hope folks with this is say, you're at home, and you are toggle targeting through the channels, and you see this, and you instantly stop that's one way to think about it'd be Casablanca. Okay. That'd be Casablanca, which I think is the greatest movie of all times because and I love old war movies because of Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall and Lauren Bacall because they were extrordinary in that movie. It has a kind of pacing, but it has a deeper meeting about a loyalty. Friendship friendship. Love. It has things that you want in a great movie. There you go. So I'm going to double back on little engine that could. Okay. That's a nice place. Older. There's got to be another book. And is that something you have thought of yourself being most of your life Lynch, and the could absolutely what was your first little engine that could moment where you actually got up. The hill said yourself dang. I can do this. Whatever it was. It was the peace corps. Yes. We did that go in that be Barghuthi early sixties, peace corps, Iran, Iran. And you know, we were put on the my we were put in a mud village in southern around..
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"Robert role that is right before your. I remember the Gillette, by the way, you're sewing off. Forgot I forgot shut up and sing forgot. How do you remember talking about moments? Where were you when you know, whether do you remember the first moment you shaved with mach three razor the first time. Oh, yeah. Oh, man. What's that the greatest, and it goes right over your chin, and you don't have any of those cuts and it smooth. And boy, I never knew my skin could be this clear. Yeah. I remember. I remember what I do on here. A little bit more. That's I don't forget. Let's start who is right for you. The I I wish I remember the words I good enough US enough. All All right. right. It is time for our parting shots and though departed. Mike, Luca leads off. It's not just complicated with bonds and Clements and all the other immortal uses of baseball drugs when it comes to the national baseball hall of fame. It's not just Pete Rose. It's George Steinbrenner to now the modern era committee didn't come close to electing him this time, and that means he might never get in despite being the most influential and important baseball owner, and maybe sports owner of his time in so many ways Steinbrenner reinvented the definition of sports owner when he came out of Cleveland to get the Yankees from CBS the Yankees won twice in the seventies. And then came back later at the end of the nineties and had arguably the greatest came they've ever had even though the Yanks of forty nine through fifty three one five in a row Steinbrenner spent and made headlines and make controversies and kept hiring and refiring Billy Martin and made the Yankees matter. Again, he also got kicked out of baseball twice a world's record. Once for committing the felony of illegal campaign contributions to the Richard Nixon campaign, like I said, it's complicated with George. It's really complicated. Would I vote amend? Yeah. I would just not before Marvin Miller, Robert what did I tell you met fans when former player agent now New York Mets general manager Brodie van wagon was hired people cried easing agent. What does he know about running a ball club? Well, contrary to popular belief brody's not the first agent to run a New York ballclub fifty years ago. Sunny, workplan of former talent agent named who wants owned a fledgling AFL team called the New York. Jets recognize the store quality of a certain Alabama quarterback named Joe Nemeth. How did that work out? Well, did I not predict on this very show what former agent now New York metro Majer Brodie van wagon was going to do agents like big names? So before. You can say Robinson canot Brody brings in Robinson canot before you could say.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"That's right there with Panella, but the one I keep coming back to as as the standout is George Steinbrenner. Love him hate him. I, you know, he's he rebuilt the Yankees into the most valuable property in professional sports and put money in back into the team in a way that you know, we need this this game right now needs needs dozen Steinbrenner's what who want to win. I and you damn the cost as eighty s free agent contracts. The just the mandate I to win, and you know, and you know, the, obviously the two suspensions, and and the reputation deserve it from the seventies of being quite a tyrant work against him. But you know, he did change. He did stay out of the way of his baseball operations in the second phase of his career. You have obviously have firsthand experience inside the organization to get a little bit of a look at that. But yeah, I think he's you can't tell the story of baseball without George Steinbrenner. I there's nobody else on that ballot with the possible exception of Smith relief who had that saves lead for more than a decade. The you could maybe say that about maybe her size. But it's just this is this is a weak class by comparison or we've knowledge. Yeah. All right. Well, God we could get you on before you are fully embroiled. It has begun but has begun. But you know, I got tired of doing this. I wouldn't I wouldn't dive into it with both as wholeheartedly as I do before thanksgiving. So. You know, this is this is fun for me, especially at this time of year, especially when when when there's not much going on in free agency, you might as we'll talk about this stuff because everybody's talking about. Where's may Machado going? Where's price the world? Does not need me. Weighing in on that. Yeah. I'd much rather way on this. I headed everybody else and have enlightened conversations about it early in the game. All right. Well, you.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"The most famous. Owner probably in all sports ever since George Steinbrenner died in Jerry Jones, but they've stumbled upon a problem there football product, they actually have a lot of talent on the team, but their overall team and this isn't tennis. This is not Gulf. This is not an individual sport team effort and their team effort is no longer good. But in football, you can have really good players in a big problem can be your coach. Well, they just coming off a bye that was you're playing on Monday night. So you went Sunday that seven days then another Sunday, that's fourteen days. It was basically fifteen days to figure this thing out. I get you have a weekend off, and coaches work, crazy hours. I mean, insane hours. I've seen it firsthand. Collagen pro not normal jobs. But when you take the weekend off or whatever on a buy week when you're coming off a bad loss. Jason Garrett was to the Washington Redskins. He should not have gone to the World Series game in. Which he did last week on Friday night sat next to Brad paisley? And again if you are going to go to the World Series game. You know, regardless of Jason Garrett shot it down said, it was no big deal. Jerry Jones, definitely shot it down to listen. We're in constant communication. I get it. But you can't get your ass kicked and lose by two touchdowns on Monday night football in Dallas. Like yo Jason a year year. Eight Ivy league guy, you're super smart. We're not sure definitely not very good schematically Xs knows wise for a long time, you could motivate the troops. But watching your team just not seeing it anymore. That was a terrible move. And I'm starting to question. I always saw Jason Garrett was super on the ball. I've always been impressed by him. But that was a move I red flagged he went to the World Series. And this is why he won or lost the game. But I do think he doesn't have a great pulse of the way. People are looking at him the way this thing is going like Jason. It's off the rails. You now three and five deck Prescott is a whole nother can of worms. He's not very good. It's just that simple. Like, I like Mary. Coda? I think I've always said he can be better version of Alex Smith little more athletic, not quite as is accurate. But definitely you know, when he gets in a rhythm can complete balls. We'll never be consistently accurate as Alex, but he's could be better player than that. So that kind of tells you what I think of Dak can't sniff. Mariota. They're not even in the same conversation. Then you put together his head coach who is an offensive guy that again just stands there. I know people call them the Clapper, listen, it's over I said a couple of weeks ago for McCarthy it's over this thing is over now whether they firearm or not I don't know like Jerry, maybe stubborn enough. Clearly, he's at the age. He's not big on change when it comes to football team. He would pay a hundred million dollars right now for Jason Garrett to turn this thing around and make it work not just because Jerry wants to win. But because he does not wanna fire Jason Garrick. But Jason's not going to win the evidence is there now this thing is over. I mean, you get five catches you got a touchdown from Amari and your offense is still just horrendous. The thing about the Cowboys that's pretty eye opening and I've watched them three or four times to finish. This year is. One thing they used to hang their hat on is their offensive line was dominant. They could obviously run block wood mall you and then pass blocking. They were well above average. They're in smoke tonight. Their first round pick get worked the Cowboys have issues the way they've built their team even their defense, which I gotta give them credit their front seven is extremely doubted. They have all their DB's or pretty good like they have extremely talented defense trust via someone who lives in the bay area in watch the raiders Niners defense like the Cowboys are planning to different sport. But in the biggest moments when they needed in the most they couldn't come through tonight against the titans..
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Invest in precious metals no you can never go wrong george steinbrenner very time okay go ahead definitely great question brian first of all say this in terms of china yes this is going to bring china's negotiating table china has a lot of iron in the fire they will come to the negotiating table the also thing is that we need to run the china has no desire to become a world reserve currency they've seen the folly of the british and they seem the folly of the americans that were all of what we're going through today so in terms of of this you know coming globally kind of greece in terms of china and and the trade war how's it gonna affect things i think it will favorably workout in a very diplomatic way where it's gonna benefit both countries look here's the deal there's a tremendous amount of infrastructure works that needs to be done in this country like driving around here in the streets of new york going over bridges grown over the tunnels and you've seen in la you've seen in chicago houston houston lot of the infrastructure so dilapidated very lacklustre their countries like china that are rearing up and that are getting ready there are more than willing to partner up with that with us in our infrastructure investments that get things done quickly trump knows and some of the sources that i've spoken to have already said that yes trump is in to the trump administration is in communication with chinese investment firms for chinese investment firms and american investment firms and construction contractors to work hand in hand with developing and redeveloping the infrastructure in this country and getting our physical economy in place and we're a consumer based economy which is a lie which is not something that is healthy okay so we want to build a physical economy the connie based on manufacturing and real well because there's an old saying that old things that's the wealth of the country is created on the factory floor now in terms of the dollar what is going to go is the dog going to go to what is it going to go away in its current state after the global economic reset the dollar will not be the same dog that we're used to it will be different it will not be pegged to you know how it is currently where you know kinda backed up by well if you're saudi arabian oil it's going to be a new type of our dollars that's going to be backed by the resources of the united states and i think that's when you look at some of the white papers here that are floating around and some of the discourse have been put out there with this global economic reset one of the biggest things that are discussed is that each country's currency be based upon the commodity walter that the country and with us i mean just recently if you look at drudge right now just what i said earlier in the program we are going to be an energy powerhouse is it right there's a link on drudge in america's gonna be in energy powerhouse that's gonna be what's going to be backing up our dollars so we're gonna have a real petro dollar but that petrodollars nothing to be based on saudi pipelines it's going to be what's coming out of the earth right near the united states we also need to do something about the homeless in this country it's audit contract by see people sleeping in doorways in at buildings it's it's sad with a country with this kind of wealth that we can at least build some affordable cheap free housing for these people the fact that you know they weren't delta cards we.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Espn for although potential at had you know is the biggest sports model at that existed but they also it all these pieces to it like when i went back four one of the things i was supposed to do is write a baseball movie for which i did and it was about to get made and then the guy who ran espn at the time was in an owner's booth with george steinbrenner who was a character in this baseball movie yeah he was like we can't fuck with our partners and they scrapped the baseball movie that had spent like my whole summer writing but at the same time pay for extra i got paid for you and i did this animated series that didn't wear it can but i was just trying stuff because i was like this companies you know is just there and it has money and it has resources reach yeah and it's going to try to movies and tv and all these different things like this is cool so when i resigned with them in osage six heading into seven part of it was like i want to get more involved with your the entertainment side they had this group called espn original and a couple of months later i sent them the memo for thirty for thirty which the name was in the title at the premise for the most part was there and it was basically senator around hbo is this monopoly it sports documentaries why why don't we have it where the worldwide leader why are we giving this up why we are documentaries we're putting so many out nobody knows which ones are getting which ones aren't they have to be under a brand so people know that it's a certain thing and here's a gimmick we can use i laid most of it out and skipper and wash to people around the company both of them like this is great why don't you develop this and my friend connor schell who is like now runs.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"All these a hall of famer and george steinbrenner never treated as players la it's this guy that does and it's en it's these clowns that run that team now that do it on town your george steinbrenner what are never done it george steinbrenner five with all of them billy martin reggie jackson everything but he never disrespected like just completely deserted this hurry this that one is in all of them the played for him that he completely dissed there is destined him they're like we don't want nothing to do with you get at ear get out go away don't ever come back they're doing the same thing that like uh the cubs are doing the sosa now i get it but they're just they're disowning and like you not even exist right george would set george if he talked bad about your ally somebody like that would then bring in for a hug a couple of days later in sayeb sorry you know i'm just but that doesn't happen here these guys are there finished i mean that they cut down on her this is a whole different regime now the kids kashmiris and i didn't cash how does it ari raise bean and launch troll's though you know these guy your trust randy levine iran's frost their front yard those guys i you can't trust any of my god backstabber that's that when you look up in a dictionary you see a picture of both of them seriously who cares but i i want that i cashman's greater what he does but no i'm not defending the guy i know he's painful right there's no denying he's got a big mouth but and then i get it they don't want him around there he go but i don't necessarily disagree with some of stuff he saying i really now that's that's the deal who else doubt they invited at old timers game that there's other guys that they don't invite back there too they have so many guys they they have the it's it's tough they brick different guys in every other year they don't you don't get the invite every year gasa goose god sage won't.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on AP News
"The teams to george steinbrenner for ten million dollars permanent us right and i think george put up like two hundred thousand now it's with four billions uh it's unbelievable sounds great don's well thank you you know i always i've tried to call you you said something wasn't that long ago that i heard in the morning i love to listen to the i missed in the morning program and he said something i thought was very meaningful and i wanted to call but i didn't have the hotline number so i i didn't get to you but i i did want to call you about that and uh pre she had to what you said uh one of those saying well you know for the life of me i can't remember what it was you said but i do remember at the time i said to myself after all these years the man has actually said something meaningful and how about what you said to me one day he i think this is a tooth bernie bernie will attest to this uh he's of all the caster that i've ever had on the imus in the morning program i was one of them i praise even all our remember use to do learn a studio at on bonus second floor thirty rock was you were clear your throat you have to do still do that i pretty mike yet yes i do uh but uh why cannot the you know like i i had my vocal chords scraped three times by dr peak grew bigger moon down and um you sound good really don't know what you did a great job but i but he pointed out that you shouldn't tried to you that ordered the savior voelkel at lord's shouldn't shouldn't do that them closed clear your throat lighter but you've done that forever and your son fine yet right i know it yeah i i a bill made him ever the okla his good body with robert merrill the uh the singer and he had a way of clearing a voice he had kind of like like that it's better than coughing but i'm sure you're august eleven hearing this but obviously is a couple of things developing in new jersey one this is the truth in new jersey it costs five.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on KOMO
"Hey how's it going everybody guard swanson with you here on komo kickoff the huskies in a giant pac 12 up taken on cal kickoff to set for 745 over on motley all right this is a special guest as always normally we always have my career ari the komal four sports director on every week but with his catch jill my schedule and try to get you on mike it's it's always tough to get us together but here you are how's it going i kinda feel like maybe we entered the villian martin george steinbrenner life or year have back and hope we we all get fired again no yet lips in your way with then hey i'm around today and i'm glad to be hour or mercuric gartner it's good to talk must be football it well i love talking sports because you may be one of the most knowledgeable guys when it comes to the huskies i know you've been following him for years so what do you think about this this cal game especially what did seven forty five pm kickoff no i i was thinking about this and obviously in a court peterson nader addressed it he talked about it all on monday and then he talked about an thursday that maybe the powersthatbe it did your something out so they're not always pointed night go all finger kinda jumps out you make there are two things really is you know coaches usually dole really talk about their predicament i mean it it playing on the road at two in the morning lower yelp they don't want to really address that and added some sort of outside factor could be an excuse to lena so it's kinda interesting that he actually did really aggressive quite a did this week but other crazy thing which could relate to start become at husky wound up practices in the morning we're new hardwar's coach ian stark using your live practice in the afternoon right and i i know in and you know you the the body clock it different beal and you used to do in serb so you're doing all your heavy lifting in the morning and then you're you play in that game or night i know college cater failure you take any their unity ranked third normally settling down would it be studying or whatever in the evening and then.
"george steinbrenner" Discussed on WCTC
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